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Re: [SLE] Windows ssh client recommendations (for yast2 use)
  • From: Allister Gearon <al@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 7 May 2003 21:26:18 +0100
  • Message-id: <200305072127.58641.al@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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On Wednesday 07 May 2003 20:52, Greg Freemyer wrote:
>I ssh from a windows box into SuSE boxes all the time.
>
>In general it works great.
>
>Running yast2 in terminal mode is the one exception.
>
>Does anyone know a ssh client (and terminal emulation) that
>lets the alt-x key sequences work and draws the screen
>graphics correctly?
>
>I mind it being commercial, but OSS would be better.
>
>Currently I use cygwin and ssh when I want to run yast2, but
>the graphics show as funky chars.
>
>I use "SecureCRT" in vt100 mode for my normal ssh access,
>but I don't know how to get alt-x type of keystrokes to be sent.

Yep, PuTTY is the one. I have been remotely confgiuring a SUSE 8.0 box today
at work, using Yast2, alt-x'ing and with a properly drawn screen, works a
treat.
Al
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